Recently, Fujitsu Laboratories, a subsidiary of Japan ’s Fujitsu, has developed a next-generation innovative user interaction interface. This interface can recognize the user ’s fingers and finger operations, as well as text and pictures, which can be generated on real objects (books, newspapers, etc.) Operation experience similar to touch screen.

"We think that paper and other objects can be touch-operated like a touch screen. This system is not suitable for any special hardware equipment, just a common camera plus a common projector. All functions The realization of all depends on the image processing technology developed by Fujitsu. "Through this image processing technology, users can select text on paper and books with their fingers. After these words are recognized, a text file will be generated and stored in the computer. Interact with the content above.

This technology uses the camera to measure the shape of real-world objects, and then automatically adjusts the focal length of the camera to accurately identify the object to match the projection of the projector. The user can perform operations such as touch and selection under the camera. In the video at the end of the article, we can also see that this system also has certain multimedia functions.

"So far, desktop computers and other devices have been equipped with gesture recognition function. But the interactive interface we developed does not control the operating system, but a real object."

To our surprise, the resolution of the camera used in this system is only 320X180. It is understood that the reason for using such a low resolution is that the touch operation of the finger can be more accurately recognized. In the system, the finger only occupies 1 pixel, as long as the finger moves and lifts 1 cm, it can be recognized, so the accuracy is relatively high. Sometimes it doesn't have to be very high resolution, sometimes "blur is precise".

In addition, in some cases that do not require touch, this system also supports gesture operations. In the video below, you can see the demonstration of the 3D CAD operation by the demonstrator. A spokesperson for Fujitsu Laboratories said that such a function can be used on service desks and information desks to provide more detailed information for travelers and tourists.

The current version is for demonstration purposes only and is not commercially available. According to the plan of Fujitsu Laboratories, Fujitsu will launch a more practical and cheap version for public use in 2014.


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